Why SERVPRO: The Equipment and Expertise for Water Removal
Making sure that a responsible and competent company handles water removal work for your Michigan City home is vital to prevent future damages and keep your expenses as low as possible throughout the process. Our technicians train year-round to handle the advanced equipment at their disposal competently and remove water from your home quickly and completely. From emergency water extraction pumping procedures to longer air current and dehumidifier focused drying solutions, you can trust SERVPRO to deliver high-quality water removal and restoration services at an affordable price point.
How We Remove Water
Water removal in Michigan City is a multi-step process that requires care and attention at every point in time to avoid causing further damage or drying the home unevenly. The first step, when necessary, is to utilize water extraction pumps to remove standing water from your home. Flooded basements can sometimes be a challenge to handle, but our portable hand-operated pumps allow us to handle them, too. Once any standing water in the building has been pumped out, we can then set up powerful air movers to create directed currents of air throughout the home that pick up droplets of moisture and keep them suspended in the air. Finally, those droplets of water attach themselves to chemical and thermal dehumidifiers to then be transported out of the home in manageable storage containers.
The SERVPRO Commitment
We can do much more than dry out your home. After the water leaves an area, visible and obvious damage may occur to carpeting, wood, and other materials in your home. We train and certify our technicians to respond to and reverse the damages in these sensitive materials, providing all-around damage mitigation and restoration services to homeowners in need.
SERVPRO of La Porte County has the resources necessary to remove water from your home quickly and at minimal costs to you. Call us 24/7 at (219) 879-1883 for emergency service or a quote.
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